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will write something
it will make you weep, scorch your socks off,
this pieceI will write tomorrow.
Big thank you to Karen, who writes the blog 21 Wits, for introducing me to a new form. It's called Piku, and this is how it works:
Piku is a form of poetry much like haiku, with a prescribed number of syllables per line. But instead of 5-7-5 like Haiku, Piku uses pi as its base. The number of syllables in each line corresponds to the numbers of pi. So the first line of Piku contains three syllables, one syllable for the second line and four syllables for the third line, and so on, just like pi: 3.14159265358979323846…
In my piece the syllables in the lines are 3-1-4-1-5-9-2-6.
This is linked to IGRT for their Open Link Monday, and is also for April